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By database , is it revering to the source or the target ?
Assuming that its source does that mean:
1. I need to use gg 11.2 for 10g for replicating a 10g database to a 10g/11g database (target) ?
2. Also, if on the same server , I have a 11g db as well which I want to use it as a source then I will have use a different built (gg 1.2 for 11g ) ?
Ok. I am hoping that I am getting it right now .Couple of statements and you can correct me if I am wrong -
1. If I have a source 10g and target 10g then I use 10g built for both source and target
2. If source is 10g and target is 11g then for source I use 10g built and for target I use 11g built
Edited by: dm_ptldba on Mar 29, 2013 1:02 PM
dm_ptldba wrote:check the compatibility matrix in metalink for the correct version
I am a novice in golden gate and still trying to get my arms around it.
When downloading the software (golden gate 188.8.131.52) i see the software is available in 2 files:
goldengate 184.108.40.206 for 10g
golden gate 220.127.116.11 for 11g
What does this mean ? Is it sepcific to the database version (10g or 11g) that I am goin to use it on ?
Edited by: 974419 on Apr 6, 2013 4:28 PM